Cervical Spondylosis Neck Pain

Neck pain is a frequent illness from which almost all of us experience at least once in a life. We usually hear complaints of neck pain from our colleagues, associates, relatives, etc. in our everyday life.

Neck pain has been known by the medical terminology" cervical spondylosis". This mainly occurs due to the degeneration of joints in our neck.  You can get the treatment of this problem from a back & neck pain relief station.

As we grow older the bones in our body start degenerating and that's why cervical spondylosis is common in people over 60 years of age. Cervical spondylosis is basically a form of arthritis, but it rarely leads to disability.

Cervical spondylosis results more in women than in men. There is no specific cause of neck pain known, until now, but it occurs due to one or more disorders or diseases that exist in the structures of the neck.

As we grow with time, vertebrae and discs develop some degree of degeneration that affects the closely located nerves, muscles, and ligaments. These body structures due to irritation tend to develop pain that results in cervical spondylosis.

The cervical spine is made of circular bones (vertebrae) that lie in a regular pattern one above the other. Each vertebra is separated from the other through an intervertebral plate that acts as a shock absorber and gives flexibility to the spine.

Nerves extend from the spinal cord, pass from the vertebrae to the shoulders, neck, arm, and upper chest. Thus, the degradation in vertebrae eventually leads to pain in interconnected nerves and muscles.